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2021.10.18 16:53 squidgun How can i backup my chats using Fouad WhatsApp?
I'll be installing a new ROM soon so i need to backup my chats and restore them after
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2021.10.18 16:53 ding749 35c vs 38c
Getting a Trek FX 3, which comes with 32c tires. I want to have them replaced with slightly wider ones as I don’t really need the speed and think a wider tire would help on some mixed surfaces with comfort and grip. Probably around 65% road, 30 light gravel, 5 very occasional heavier gravel/small stone paths. I could do a 35 or the bike can take a 38 max also. Thoughts?
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2021.10.18 16:53 CadeLaFrance How do I get across the collapsing blocks in morph ball form?
In numerous areas there are upgrades that you can only access by going across collapsing blocks in a tight space, how exactly am I supposed to get across? I’ve tried launching myself with power bombs and everything
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2021.10.18 16:53 LimeSugar How would you feel if the NFL relocated one of its franchises to Canada?
In the other three major league North American sports we have teams on both sides of the border except for football. Would the NFL in Canada be a threat to the success of the CFL?
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2021.10.18 16:53 Nevaknosbest With shortages predicted well into 2022, what could I add to my prep now to not feel the squeeze down the road like everyone else?
Just wondering if there are items to stock up on that are predicted to become scarse or more expensive or both.
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2021.10.18 16:53 BeachAccessLB Guest Relations & Tour Services Schedule (University Outreach)
2021.10.18 16:53 Sturbapp Here's the 10 Sexy Contestants for the Mr. Gay World 2021 Competition
2021.10.18 16:53 fizziks Why Armenia lost and why Azerbaijan will also lose: The trappings of strategic narcissism
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2021.10.18 16:53 TotallyNamelesss What is the best moment from Northwest Mansion Mystery
I AM NOT LOOKING FOR THE FUNNIEST MOMENT, I am looking for the most epic/iconic moment
Hi, I want to make a video featuring the best moments from each episode for the 10 year anniversary
I'm looking a shot/a really short moment from the episode,
In s2e04 when we see Bipper pulling Mabel up with a creepy smile
In s1e12 when the summerween trickster says "knock knock"
It's supposed to last for about a second or less
oh and it would also be great if it could feature some kind of supernatural thing, since that's mainly what I'm looking for
Soooo part 30
What moment do you think I should use from S2E10-Northwest Mansion Mystery
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2021.10.18 16:53 BeginningAvailable94 22 [M4F] South Africa/anywhere
Let's try this again...
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Why take a chance with me? I'll treat you like a queen, take you on dates, be there for you when you want to rant, when something exciting happened and everything in between. I love cuddling aswell. I'm a loyal, honest and hardworking guy who'll do everything to see you happy. I have plans for my future and I do my best to get where I want to be.
I'm shy at first but I open up more and more as I get to know you.
Help me by upvoting this post and help me meet my soulmate
I'm looking forward to hear from you
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2021.10.18 16:53 newpew2 Short ASMR but I love this sound 😎
2021.10.18 16:53 -en- @AP: RT @APEntertainment: "Kind of lovely": #Succession star Kieran Culkin doesn't mind having a hangover at the London premiere of the show's third season, though he misses his wife and kids back home in New York. https://t.co/5xDL1mwQZt
2021.10.18 16:53 TRIGGEREDharambe2018 Should there be more racial diversity quotas in spots?
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2021.10.18 16:53 UCFinatic Perpetual Mediocrity: a review of a Dysfunctional Front Office and Ownership
The last time the Dolphins won a playoff game was December 30, 2000; nearly 21 years ago. This is the third longest streak in the entire NFL trailing only the Bengals and Lions. Some key dates include:
- Brian Flores was hired in 2019
- Stephen Ross became an owner in 2008
- Chris Grier began working for the Dolphins in 2000
- Grier worked under:
- Dave Wannstedt (in charge of player personnel from 2000-2003)
- Rick Spielman (2004; although Wannstedt was able to overrule Spielman on decisions)
- Jeff Ireland (2008-2013; Bill Parcells held a role as Executive VP of football operations from 2008-2009)
- Dennis Hickey (2014-2015)
- Mike Tannenbaum held the position of Executive VP of football operations from 2015-2018
- Tannenbaum was said to report directly to Stephen Ross. Reportedly he was an advisor that had some influence/sway over personnel moves; the extent of which is unknown
- Grier took over as GM in 2016
- Grier has been the longest tenured Miami Dolphins GM since 2000.
From here, I'll try to break down key points of interest based on the year with a bigger emphasis on the current years: 2011
- With Tony Sparano still under contract, Stephen Ross and Jeff Ireland interview Jim Harbaugh and try to convince him to become the next coach of the Miami Dolphins. It is not common to search for a new head coach while one is already on the staff; this move brings lame duck head coach to an all new level. Harbaugh opted to sign with the 49ers while Sparano was later fired midseason. This unusual move by Ross and Ireland may have scared off potential new hires; possibly even scaring of Harbaugh from taking the position despite Ross offering to make him the highest paid NFL coach.
- After the 2013 season the Dolphins opted to keep Joe Philbin as head coach and elected to fire Jeff Ireland. Philbin concluded his third season with the Dolphins with a cumulative losing record. Philbin's reputation at the time around the league was not great and he was fired after a 1-3 start to the 2014 season.
- It was heavily rumored that the most promising GM candidates did not want anything to do with the Miami Dolphins' GM position due to them electing to keep Philbin (not allowing the GM to hire his own HC) as well as a dysfunctional front office.
- This led the Dolphins to hire Dennis Hickey from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Dennis Hickey was set to be fired by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after the 2014 NFL draft, but instead he received a promotion to become the Miami Dolphins GM.
- One year into Dennis Hickey's reign as GM, Stephen Ross decides to bring in Mike Tannenbaum as a new executive vice president of football operations position. Tannenbaum was hired by the Dolphins after previously serving as the New York Jets GM for 7 years; he was fired in 2012 after a 6-10 season leaving the Jets in a salary cap hell that took years to overcome. In Tannenbaum's new role he is said to report directly to Stephen Ross, while Dennis Hickey reports directly to Tannenbaum; Hickey retains control of the 53-man roster.
- This is another unusual move by Ross and the Miami Dolphins. GM's usually communicate directly to the owners; adding a middle man is just odd. Adding Tannenbaum's position seems in retrospect to be a way for Ross to check in on how Dennis Hickey is performing at his duties. This creates conflict in the sense that Tannenbaum could influence Hickey to make certain moves in order for Ross to receive better feedback. It was unusual at the time and it's still unusual in retrospect
- Dennis Hickey is fired after his second year as GM. It remains to be seen how much Tannenbaum's influence on Ross impacted the firing of Dennis Hickey. Tannenbaum continued with his role as executive vice president of football operations position.
- No formal external search/interview process was completed to replace Dennis Hickey as GM of the Miami Dolphins. Instead, Chris Grier is promoted to GM only 2 days after the firing of Dennis Hickey. Hiring within the organization continues and even strengthens the dynamics and power structures within the organization.
- During the introductory press conference newly appointed GM Chris Grier said, "The talk of dysfunction within this organization is over.”
- Since Grier has been within the organization since 2000 he's likely seen the 'dysfunction' within the organization firsthand; acknowledging that to the public is very interesting.
- As an internal hire, it is unlikely that Grier will discontinue the dysfunction within the organization as drastic changes usually only occur after an external GM source is hired.
- In November 2016, the NFL’s Career Development Advisory panel crafted a list of coaching and GM candidates for the coming hiring cycle. The GM list included a current NFL General Manager for the first time ever. Dolphins GM Chris Grier is lone GM candidate despite already having the title of GM. He’s was included because he did not control the 53-man roster in Miami; executive V.P. of football operations Mike Tannenbaum did.
- Read that twice. The front office seems to be more dysfunctional than functional.
- Mike Tannenbaum is relieved of his duties as executive vice president of football operations. This move re-establishes a more traditional NFL organizational structure with no middle-man between the GM and owner. Chris Grier now has full autonomy over the 53 man roster.
- OC Jim Caldwell is hired February 2019. Only days prior to the start of training camp Caldwell elects to "step back due to some medical condition." While I never want to speculate about someone's health the timing seems a little odd; it's rumored that Brian Flores isn't the easiest coach to work for and you wonder if a 'medical condition' was used to get away from the situation a la Urban Meyer while saving face for Flores. In 2020, Caldwell and the Miami Dolphins agreed to part ways despite having an open OC position as the Dolphins fired the 2019 OC Chad O'Shea. This furthers possible speculation that something may have gone on behind the scenes.
- Just 4 days into training camp OL coach Pat Flaherty was fired. Despite 15+ years experience as an NFL OL coach Flaherty was fired siting issues struggling to implement the team’s new system. Flaherty was replaced by Dave DeGuglielmo. The following season DeDuglielmo was let go by Flores.
- Chris Grier trades QB Ryan Tannehill for a 4th round pick. Tannehill goes on to make the 2019 Pro Bowl with the highest passer rating in the NFL.
- Drama brews between Flores and WR Kenny Stills. This occurred after Jay-Z partnered with the NFL to form a social justice partnership. During a press conference Jay-Z stated, "We've moved past kneeling and I think it's time to go into actionable items." This riffled WR Kenny Stills feathers as he commented that Jay-Z’s comments on the player protests “didn’t seem very informed” and that he’s “never been on a knee.” The following practice Brian Flores purposely picked out and played numerous Jay-Z songs to needle WR Kenny Stills.
- This seems to be the type of coach Flores is. This may be why coaches and players do not want to work nor play with him. Kenny Stills was later shipped off to Houston in the Tunsil trade; it was speculated that the Dolphins added him to the trade to get rid of him.
- S Minkah Fitzpatrick refuses to play for Brian Flores and requests a trade out of Miami. Fitzpatrick was considered a darling of former NFL coach Nick Saban, so this move by Fitzpatrick seems inconsistent with his behavior before and after his stent with the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins FO including Grier, Flores, and Ross all met with Fitzpatrick to try to convince him to stay with Miami, however he remained steadfast with his desire to be traded. Fitzpatrick has had no issues since being traded to the Steelers and has since made the Pro Bowl in the 2019 and 2020 season.
- Patrick Graham leaves the Miami Dolphins in a lateral move to become the defensive coordinator for the New York Giants. It's not often coordinators leave one team for a lateral position with another team unless they are fired. Graham likely initiated this move as it doesn't seem likely the Giants would attempt to hire a DC that was currently employed with the same role. Again, adds to speculation that Flores may be difficult to work with.
- Flores fires OC Chad O'Shea and OL coach Dave DeGuglielmo (as well as the safeties coach). Chan Gailey and Steve Marshall are hired as the new OC and OL coaches, respectively. This is Flores 3rd OC and 3rd OL coach in only 2 years.
- Ryan Fitzpatrick and OC Chan Gailey both heard that Tua Tagovailoa was being promoted to starting QB from the media. This is a terrible look for Brian Flores. It shows that he unilaterally decided that Tua was going to be the starter without consulting Chan Gailey. This is a huge red flag, why would coordinators want to work for Flores when he's going to step on their toes and make decisions for them. The move to start Tua made sense but Chan Gailey should have been consulted and should have found out from Flores himself that Tua was going to start rather than through the media. How can players be expected to stand behind Flores when a veteran QB and leader finds out he's getting benched from the media. Just terrible.
- The Dolphins are supposedly aiming to select WR Brandon Aiyuk or OG/C Cesar Ruiz with the 26th pick in the 2020 NFL draft. Ruiz ended up being selected 2 picks in front of the Dolphins. Then the 49ers moved up in-front of the Dolphins to select WR Brandon Aiyuk; did the 49ers have intel the Dolphins were going to take Aiyuk? I'd bet the answer was yes. The Dolphins and Chris Grier were also jumped in the 2018 draft by Arizona who selected QB Josh Rosen; there were rumors the Dolphins were considering drafting Rosen with their 1st pick in that draft. The following year Chris Grier dealt a 2nd round pick for QB Josh Rosen furthering the belief that they may have taken him in the 2018 NFL Draft. Numerous years the Dolphins draft "targets" get mentioned pre-draft leading them to getting jumped when other teams see fit. In 2017 the Dolphins were heavily linked to DE Charles Harris, in 2019 they were heavily linked to DT/DE Christian Wilkins, and in 2020 they were heavily linked to OT Austin Jackson.
- Chris Grier opted to select CB Noah Igbinoghene with their last pick in the 2020 1st round. This pick was neither a BPA nor a need selection. This point will be expanded upon in the 2021 Hunter Long selection. Igbinoghene was selected despite having two of the top 5 highest paid CB's in the NFL on the team as well as an encouraging showing by CB Nik Needham the previous year. Noah has largely been inactive since the selection and has been a colossal failure on a team that cannot afford to miss on draft picks.
- Chan Gailey resigns as the Dolphins OC. No OC has lasted longer than 1 year under Brian Flores; the Dolphins have now had a new OC for 5 consecutive years. This can easily lead to player personnel issues as players may be drafted for skill sets that fit one scheme only to be phased out in another scheme that values other skill sets.
- Flores elects to fire OL coach Steve Marshall. Lemuel Jeanpierre is promoted to OL coach. This is Flores 4th OL coach in only 3 years. At only 34 years of age Jeanpierre is one of the youngest OL coaches in the entire NFL with only a handful of years as an assistant OL coach under his belt. At such a pivotal position with so many young players/investments this is a very, very bold move.
- Jeanpierre was promoted before hiring a new OC. Promoting an OL coach before hiring an OC is a very questionable decision here as you do not know what blocking scheme the new OC will bring in. This move potentially limits who you can hire as an OC as well as what offensive scheme you can bring in. EVEN more interesting is the fact that this move was made after Flores previously had to fire OL coach Pat Flaherty for struggling to implement the team’s new offensive system. Why risk the same thing happening twice?
- The move does not appear to be paying off as the OL unit individually and as a whole seems to have taken a step backwards.
- Flores had 6 interview candidates for the OC position:
- Dolphins RB coach Eric Studesville
- Dolphins QB coach George Godsey
- Clemson OC Tony Elliott (declined the interview to stay at Clemson)
- Chargers QB coach Pep Hamilton
- 49ers run game coordinator Mike McDaniel
- Steelers QB coach Matt Canada
- Conducting 4 outside interviews suggested that Flores was considering hiring someone from outside the organization. Canada and McDaniel's both took promotions within their respective organizations to become OC's. Ultimately, Flores elected to promote both Studesville and Godsey to OC.
- This is now the 4th or 5th OC (depending if you want to count Studesville and Godsey as 1 coach or 2 coaches) in only 3 years under Flores. Staff turnover like that simply is not normal; again Flores seems like a difficult coach to work for
- Even more unusual is the fact the Dolphins elect to have the OCs' relay the play to QB coach, Charlie Frye, who then relays the playcall to the QB. This decision can lead to the playcalls getting in late to the QB giving them less time to assess the defense before the snap. Additionally, this slows the offense down between each play hindering a potential hurry up offense. This chain of communication was abandoned after the first couple weeks of the year.
- Rumors begin coming out that Flores wanted to pick Justin Herbert over Tua Tagovailoa. How did this rumor get out? Who wanted this rumor to get out? The only person the rumor seems to benefit would be Flores. While this does not seem egregious, it's not common rumors like this get out in the NFL while the player selected/signed is still on the team. The rumor about Nick Saban wanting Brees over Culpepper did not surface until YEARS after the fact.
- The Watson rumors can again be added to this section, but I won't waste my breathe on it.
- The Dolphins draft strategy under Chris Grier is a complete unknown. His vision and values still remain a question after years holding the GM title; this is not a good thing. He does not necessarily seem to draft for need nor does he draft BPA. I'll get to the Jaylen Waddle pick at my next point but for this topic I want to talk about the selection of TE Hunter Long in the 3rd round. Despite TE being one of the few positions with both talent and depth (Gesicki, Smythe, Shaheen, and newly signed Cethan Carter) the Dolphins elected to draft TE Hunter Long. The Dolphins elected to pass on several positions of need to select a 5th TE; most teams don't even carry 5 tight ends on their roster. The Hunter Long pick is very questionable in the sense that it was not a BPA pick nor a need pick; Hunter Long has been inactive 3 of the 6 games played thus far (not great for a 3rd round pick).
- After just learning firsthand about the value and unpredictability of future 1st round picks (the Texans picked 26th in the 2020 NFL draft to then pick 3rd in the 2021 NFL draft) the Dolphins traded their future 1st round pick to the Eagles to move up 6 spots. The Dolphins then used that 1st round pick on WR Jaylen Waddle. After years of taking "premium positions" such as QB, OL, CB, and Edge defenders the Dolphins make a big move up to take what is considered a non-premium position player. This move was made a year after the Dolphins reportedly balked at the asking price to select a premium talent at a premium position in OT Tristan Wirfs and instead stayed at 18 and took OT Austin Jackson, who has been an unmitigated disaster. The future first that the Dolphins elected to trade up to select WR Jaylen Waddle is now the 2nd overall pick in the 2022 NFL draft.
- There is also speculation that the Dolphins wanted to move up to select WR CeeDee Lamb in the 2020 draft however they again balked at the price to move up a couple picks to select him. The Dolphins did not think the price was worth the move and did not expect Dallas to select WR CeeDee Lamb. That move would have costed significantly less than trading up to select WR Jaylen Waddle. With the amount of draft picks we've had in recent years this is just a complete misuse of assets.
- Tua's personal trainer alludes to Flores losing the locker in a since deleted tweet. The tweet was a response to the following tweet about Tua, "Coming back to a team that quit on their coach while he's fighting for his job..." Tua's personal trainer responded, "Quit ? This coach is hard to even talk to. How much harder do you think he is to play for? Child please"
- I'm ready to move on from both Chris Grier and Brian Flores. While Flores may end up being a successful NFL coach I worry about the significant turnover with the coaching staff, player mishaps, as well as the fact that Flores has likely lost the locker room. I hope we hire both an outside GM and HC as I'm ready to clear house and rebuild the organization from the FO out. We have been rebuilding for years with no end in sight; am I in purgatory?
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2021.10.18 16:53 zeeks Anyone recognize this brand of shower? I need to replace one of the parts
Trying to get a replacement part but there’s nothing written on it anywhere. Bonus if you can identify the model # too. Thanks!
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2021.10.18 16:53 Pendent Organize your workplaces
I adore watching people quit miserable jobs as much as anyone here but I've noticed that there hasn't been much discussion of unionization and it feels very strange to me. If you're willing to up and quit your job it feels very worthwhile to attempt to organize your coworkers who are likely just as miserable as you. At worst you get (illegally) fired for union activity but this doesn't seem like a huge downside if you intended to leave regardless. You might even be able to win some money in a lawsuit if your former employer panics and does something particularly illegal.
None of this is ever gonna get better unless we all work together and unions are the best way to do so in the here and now. The current labor market isn't forever which means we have to use this power while it's available. Take a good hard look at the strike wave happening right now. Think about the power those workers have. It isn't easy but they're fighting for a better life. This is a fight that all of us can win if we are only willing to work together.
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2021.10.18 16:53 cparadis4219 In a pickle: Remote work ending and wife needs our car/dog care
People are returning to the office and I am needing to be onsite more again (45 minutes from home). My wife is looking for work, and when that happens, she will need the car, we CAN'T afford another one, and we can't find a dog sitter for our very anxious dog who barks her head off in our apartment when alone.
If there is an obvious or simple answer I am missing I would be glad and and am desperate to hear it. I just don't have the bandwidth right now and really need some help/advice.
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2021.10.18 16:53 handofjustice42 Let's discuss this article. Not to agree but to build and grow
2021.10.18 16:53 Otter_Apocalypse Question regarding winning the war
Can we win the war against Rumburg allied only with Valgsland, +1 military budget, siding entirely with Iosef’s reforms and revealing Rumburg’s nukes?
Mainly concerned about about not expanding the military industry. Is this required in this case?
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2021.10.18 16:53 aad33l_itachi Bring it on
2021.10.18 16:53 Mattia_Mele_Art Hello guys!, i want to show you my Black Widow drawing :)
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2021.10.18 16:53 kayella69 Ugh - so close! I knew I was taking a chance with this one, but I thought it was a lot more fun than the competition. It stayed fairly close in voting, but never had that last minute boost it needed.
2021.10.18 16:53 SuperUser2112 Where is Data Science Used? | Evolution of Data Science Applications from History to Future
2021.10.18 16:53 egginger Top of the Great Allegheny Passage - had the most fun on the 24 mile downhill into Cumberland